Rolling Stone is an American monthly magazine that focuses on politics, music, and popular culture. It was founded by Jann Wenner, and the music critic Ralph J. Gleason. in 1967 in San Francisco, California. It was first known for its coverage for political reporting and rock music by Hunter S. Thompson.

ROLLING STONE’S TOP 50 ALBUMS OF 2021:

50. St. Vincent, “Daddy’s Home”

49. James McMurtry, “‘The Horses and the Hounds”

48. Drake, “Certified Lover Boy”

47. Jhay Cortez, “Timelezz”

46. Tomorrow X Together, “The Chaos Chapter: Fight or Escape”

45. Boldy James and the Alchemist, “Bo Jackson”

44. Iron Maiden, “Senjutsu”

43. Myke Towers, “Lyke Mike”

42. Illuminati Hotties, “Let Me Do One More”

41. Mickey Guyton, “Remember Her Name”

40. Foo Fighters, “Medicine at Midnight”

39. Topaz Jones, “Don’t Go Tellin’ Your Momma”

38. Yola, “Stand for Myself”

37. Pooh Shiesty, “Shiesty Season”

36. Little Simz, “Sometimes I Might Be Introvert”

35. Silk Sonic, “An Evening With Silk Sonic”

34. Adult Mom, “Driver”

33. Summer Walker, “Still Over It”

32. Snail Mail, “Valentine”

31. Madlib, “Sound Ancestors”

30. Mustafa, “When Smoke Rises”

29. Young Thug, “Punk”

28. Mabiland, “Niñxs Rotxs'”

27. The Weather Station, “Ignorance”

26. Mdou Moctar, “Afrique Victime”

25. Carly Pearce, “29”

24. Dry Cleaning, “New Long Leg”

23. Cimafunk, “El Alimento”

22. Dawn Richard, “Second Line”

21. Doja Cat, “Planet Her”

20. Leon Bridges, “Gold-Diggers Sound”

19. Arlo Parks, “Collapsed in Sunbeams”

18. Halsey, “If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power”

17. Tems, “If Orange Was a Place”

16. Low, “Hey What”

15. Billie Eilish, “Happier Than Ever”

14. Polo G, “Hall of Fame”

13. Morgan Wade, “Reckless”

12. PinkPantheress, “To Hell With It”

11. Playboi Carti, “Whole Lotta Red”

10. Japanese Breakfast, “Jubilee”

9. C. Tangana, “El Madrileño”

8. Turnstile, “Glow On”

7. Jazmine Sullivan, “Heaux Tales”

6. Lil Nas X, “Montero”

5. Lucy Dacus, “Home Video”

4. Tyler, the Creator, “Call Me If You Get Lost”

3. Rauw Alejandro, “Vice Versa”

2. Adele, “30”

1. Olivia Rodrigo, “Sour”

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